BUS drivers could be set for strike action if members of a transport union agree.
Stagecoach members of the Transport and General Union will meet on Sunday to discuss a possible strike.
If members vote in favour in the ballot, bus drivers could walk out leaving passengers without a service on the run-up to Christmas.
A spokesperson for the Transport and General Union said: “There is a meeting of members from all depots of Stagecoach to discuss what sort of action to take and when.
“Until then we cannot say for sure what will happen.”
Drivers at the Huddersfield Waterloo depot on Penistone Road say they are backing passengers over cuts. They also have issues over recent pay deals to resolve.
Paul Lynch, managing director of Stagecoach Yorkshire, said: “We are aware of the circumstances regarding union meetings but have already awarded a good pay deal.”
The meeting will be at the Stagecoach Barnsley depot on Sunday.